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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896051901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fl emi- Weekly InTERIOR Jou RNAL. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MAY 19. 1896. A 11 V VOL. XXV. Fit an NO. 23 t rr r i XI) THE FAUX- - LAXCASTIili. GAIUlAlil) COUXTV. iiMJw.iiw,i i niMi oiiriiAUD JiliS. KuliitHtiiine to Uie now inwl?r of -- UiHOhriatlanctitirch roof hmi been! -- Spring chickens aro beginning to The advocate of tho free, unlltnlteu tho I. .1. stall, newly painted by II. K. Camnitz. com n and we are happy oven il tho The Urfi ran! county court haH ninl independent coinage of silver at N5 cn-t-I- 'Iim funeral of Dudley Peyton, of butcher ahop don't run 1 may bo classified into thrH group?: traded with t)H Champion Iron Compa- - Mor.iaud, took place at our cemeLry Th Uv. J. T French, of Ast.land. 1. Those who honestly believe thul free uy, of Cleveland, (J., for now jail cells, to I' riday afternoon. Tho day before whilo to be tr.ed m the police court on the coinage of silver would bo h benellt to cou J'.,,127 7l'. '.DEAM'.KS IN. out practicing with a revo.ver, in uompa- - charge of using abusive language on tho There a ill b mass democratic meet- - uy un unris v reun ami perhaps otii- tho people; Btreet 2. TlioHilver inintrH and those intor- - ing Saturday afternoon at o'clock May era, he was shot in the eje, tho wound jrmjLoz. Tho basket dinner at Mt. O'ivet WO f eated in the production of silver as a 'Mih, tussled delogUea to ttio Suto and causing hm death shortly afterward. It church Saturday wai largely attended by district convention, which meets in Lex- - was supposed to have been an accident' commodity; the citizens of Crab Orchard, services Painters' Supplies and Druggists' Sundries. 3. Politicians who rorognize in their ingon, June llrd. week whilo John A. Kryo was being held by Rev. J G. Livingston. -- WillUm localities a free silver Bentiinont and seek Walker entertained Him unloading Home lumber at Moreland, hie K -- After serving the Pnsbyterian cnn- -. to secure ami tiolil om.-- uy catering m meiuueis ot the junior aocui cluli team of to run hov. Ho gregation at Sprinfinld for .,(i years, the j It. Iriilay evening at Inn inviting country grasped tiio bridle, bin was thrown un- -. Rsv. Milea Saunders ban reeigned be ' It U uot our purpose hero to refer to iiotuea low Give us a call and be convinced. di-mile of Lancaster. the wagon, ttie wheels passing over caiiBs tim tnck aro in arrears for salary or rathor one elebut ono class, the lint, -- Mis Francis Collier was at home his bo ly and breaking tils thigh bono in for poveral years back. ment of that class, tho farmoiH. j t'Uouiia)) evening in honor of the upper half. Thin is a serious and MIbq Linda Tucker and Mies Woods Thoro Ih no doubt that tho great idr llur ll",! Vo viltr- Mamie accident and Mr. Fry haa tho are guests of Misa Eva Steger. Mies Paujorityof the advocates of free silver ar e Lo,,lsv""'- ' "oura wore from b to eympathv of all his friends. lina Hays, who spent the winter with among tho farmers. Without their Btip-- Ji W.i.l W.AAA..,-.A.-- . Ml .AA.VVttAA.-J.A.A.A IftAAftA VwAAAA VAAfl . -- Rev. T. J P ""'") I..1.. I..... .'laname uecilia her non in VanAIstyne, T.xas., has ari I. port tho movement for free silver would Ul l rtllll lill'K, ' i.'.,,.:,. Bailey s.uig according to rived in Crab Orchard and will live with vww.vvvwir'."jJttJ! r f fittW7 fwvvwirvv .... ..!... i.i. ti .. n. t. ., i ..vf.1... ....... .fMHHH ouBen itn ijni n n irH .. iia tnrt ...n...v-iih hi - uo iu ni 1" vvuni.iTU I.UIINIO HIIIJ UOV. Jt. Itit not worth while now to inquire jaou on .Sunday morning and preached at announcement at the Christian church. her daughter, Mrs. Joe McClure, through Into tbocauso of tho hold which this the Presbyterian church on "Infant Hap She cr mplntely ciptured the hearts of tho tho Rummer. audience by the reudltlon of he; first Rev. II. N. Faulconer, of Danville, fallacy, like so mauy others, has among tism." Miss .Sllio A udoraou'eechool, taught number aud very graciously responded ivhn hnn huin hnliltnu n nrnf rcintnil maul. tT1 Wo merely wish to the agriculturists. Of IIustonvillb, is offering Great Bargains in all $& to numerous encores. She was assisted ing hero for the past two weeks, with 3M insist that tho curao of unsound money at eld Franklin Institute, will close the fe lines for the next 30 days. fall upon the farmer with a heavy i day week with appropriate exorcises, to by Misses Dolly Brown Williams aud aasutance of Dr. McDonald, organized a a blight aa upon any other class. He Is' which p.tirons and tho public generally Mary Holuxh Luk. Miss Williams is Presbyterian church hero Sunday, with thought as much of at homo ns a musi- about 33 members to begin on. It is aljust as much interested in having tho are cordluliy invited, Miss Helen Thurmond, who him cian as broad, which is saying a good most an assured fact now that this decurrency as the banker, the met- beat Good goods Cheaper than you ever bought them. chant, tho manufacturer aud the daily taught a very auccewful school at Kico deal as she lias established an enviable nomination, who are active workers al Academy, gave a picnic last week to her reputation as a pianisto wherever she ways, will build a church here soon. Greatly-Reducee Mrs. Hannah Jones, who has long Some of the de'iuiona which have pupils The merry party 'rent to Chest-foun- has accompanied Mine. Bailey of Mi63 Luak was in tho natuie been a suflerer from cancer, died at 0 lodgment with the firmera are nut's Ford aud enjoyed the day's sport, Died at her home in Jessamine lavt of a debut since she has just returned o'clock Saturday night and was buried free coinage of silver would increase that Come before it is too late. James Frye, Hustonville. the amount of money in thn country, ' week, Mrs. Elizabeth .Mays, tho aged from Chicago, where she had taken a Sunday. In her case death came aa a which it would make so plentiful that mother of I)r N Mays, of Paint Lick, special course in iljcution. She was re- sweet relief; she had expressed herne;f everybody could get it in abundance; 'The funeral occurred on Tutsday and Ur. ceived with great enthusiasm and was as ready and willing to go so often and recalled every time she made her ap- had made every preparation, even to that it would especially benefit the ar-- ' Mays aud family were in attemlince. ' ..-.-.- :i On the whole tho entertainhaving her burial robe prepared. Mrs new- books arrived last week pearance. at the expense of the banks and the The tilers Jones, who was known to many aa Mies CtpitalisU; that it would double the pri- Irom Kuoxvllle fur Lancaster j circula- ment was delightful and inspiring. Col. Josh Swope is back from hfs Hannah Sweet, for a number of years ces of everything the farmer bus to sell. ting library The hooka are all staudard winter wanderings aud again his bright kept the both on the Stanford, These aro nil grievous errors. Free worth, such as the writing of Dickon 8I""' beams upon his friends. Neither and Lancaster pikes and was a favorite coinage of silver, in addition to plunging ade. (Jaiue, Corelll, Uulwer, Scott and We have just what you want in IJright Colors. t,le hard tunes nor the drouth haa con. wiwi me enure communiy, who were the country into panic and disaster from oil ,,th iJiuce Lancaster sent oer Uite a verted him from hm free silver heresy. rendv to administer to her Bt all times which farmers and all cImhsi-- would mif- fer as they Mover have sullied in tins delegation to your town Saturday to wit Mm Kate Jones haa returned from a until death came to her. Mrs. Pollock, of May wood, ia visitcountry, would drive out of circulation neca thedrill of the Central University two weeks' visit to Mrs. Oelliogr,of Mrc. Iaac Steel" and Mrs. ing her daughter, Mrs. Joe Pleasants. Ready Mixed in Quantity to Suit for Painting Gates, of our money and put the re-- . cadets in uniform, we think jou people vVagotis and Plows. upon a lluctuating bsis from might be as social aud return the favor Collins have returned from a visit to Mias Ada Herrin is up from tho Gladea in under Williamsburg. When Mr. Fiddler mar- on a vJsit to her father. Mr. Isaac Herrin. wnich no man to- - lay would know w hat on Decoration Day. .Moreover, the far-- j to expect Mla Amanda Anderson will cl ."e ried Misi Lou Drye ho took away one of Tne many frienda of Mrs. Elizi Carson mer would be a particularly holplers vie- her school at .Musou'd school house, .May our nicest and in Mt popular girls and if will bo glid to hear that she is able to go Come in and look through our samples of Paper. Newtim of such a system, for ho would sell 2LM The more advanced pupils have she gelB all the happinem her friendB visiting and is much improved in health-MisLill.o Phillips, of Stanford, ia the est and Latest Designs. moit of his products at prlu i fixed in been preparing for a Demorest contest. wish hor sbo will find life very pleasaut. V gol oountnee, while he would Suitable judgea will be selected to make John Cotley, of Columbia, wus in our guest of Mrs. R. G. Collier. Mr. J. U. W: B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. town last week Mips Sallio Cook, of Stephens, of Lexington, spent a few dayn buy his supplies at piices under the ail- - a decn-iofor the silver medal, Stanford, has been visiting Mies Leu with friends hero the past week. Mr. W. ver staudard which would prevail 'n tt in There will also he a game of base ball couotry. This would mean not only that between tho Nicholasvillo aud Lancaster Hocfcer. (J. M.UiveriH made a flying R Dillion, of Livingston, was among no would nave to sell more cheaply than teams on Dfcoratiou Day, besides the trip to Perryville last week. J. B. Cook, frienda in our town Saturday. Mr. Gee. keooald buy. but that he would allord other numerous attractions The Lan- of LawrentMburg, was here to take in tho Harris went to Louisville Sunday to take Hou. (ieorge K, a position with the Price & Lucas Cider the foreign purchaser of his products a caster band, which now compares so lav Mine. Bailey coucert margin for a handsome proiit at his ex- orab'y witii professionals, will furnish Stone, of Liberty, was litre Friday. Mlaa and Vinegar Co. Mr. Scott Anderson JuliaSlagg, of Liberty, was in town Fri- haa gone to Louisville to visit bis brother, pense by payment in silver the music fur that day. day. To Nobby Dresses, to show well Rov. John Anderson. is not true that the bankers and the It A commodious dwelliug is being business men are any moroinlerested in j erected by the Ward Dros. upon tho aite made and SUMKW1IAT LOCAL. CHUJiCU CllIMEH. a sound money currency than tho far-- 1 opposite Dr. II. F Walter's residence, Tho Watts Iron Furnace at Middlei-bor- o mers, or that free coinage could benefll Should the new street be opened from Rev. W. W. bruce was appointed by is making 100 Ioob of pig a day. tho men of tho country at the expenBeofj Richmond street to the Buckeye pike, the late Presbytery at Somerset to repre Middleaboro will issue $15,000 of sent it at the General Assembly, South, the men of thb cities. But even if this many lols will bo purchased of Dr. bauds for the erection of a new school at its meeting in Memphis the latter part true, the farmera could not expect ring and houses erected thereon, to prosper by ruining tho great commer-- j of this mouth. He will go. Huston-villMr. Kd Price sold a cow and calf to building. The bank of Perryville witbla capicial and industrial classes, for all classes Mr. Curtis Burnam, of Richmond, for We endeaver to satisfy our trade cor. Danville Advocate. are dependeut upon each other, and tho (:15. J 0. Napier sold a car load of hogs tal llo.OOO is a certainty. J. A. CarpenThe Turneravilla church ia agitatii g and use every method known to farming class coird not strike itself a Be- - to J. li. Galloway at 'Jjc; L. M. Crutch-vere- r ter, formerly of Stanford, is one of the tho advisability of uniting with tie blow than to strike the commercial Held sold nine shouts to Sam Murphy for stockholders. Chriatian church of Stanford and Mc-- I The Corhiu F..terpnbe Hay a that 311 Cormacks aud getting a big tent for a' clMsedBUcha blow as tho silver far- - ' fl3; Ayers Leavell shipped a car load of mers Hiy they cjtnd strike through free tine, hogs to the city from engines were handled in tho L. & N. mammoth meeting to bo conducted by yarda there during the paBt mouth and one of tho biggest guns. l. coinage. Point Leavell. They brought 3Jc. N ''Fifty years a Methodist and stead" II WHa witn "'Kret the news was that US care were repaired in the shops. . i ..... uTT.."... ... vimi ua . ni'. i no jiuuiiii . inviiirufc. The Middlesboro Herald publishes a fast in the faith" ia tho compliment one learned hero of the recent death of John of tho policy held by Knight of tho notice of commisgiuuer'a sale of tho of our exchanges pays one of his brethUouldat his home in Indiana. Vourg V. Lewis Withers should bo an ren. Aud it is a compliment. It menus Mr. liould was here laat summer on a property of the Southern Lind Improveincentive to many who carry no Itisur- visit to his cousins, Messrs. Raymond aud ment Co., which occupies iy columns a great deal for a mau to bo fixed firmly Shirts, Waists, auco to Join tho Order. This is the Joe Hsk'ldeti The together There may be no inouey in it for the iu his religious viowe, even if they are tunu, policy promptly piid by the K. 0. j with his parents, was a resident of Lan creditors, but the printer will reap a rich wrong iu eouiB respects. Tho unstable since the first lodg waa organized in man is tho uncertain quantity in iclig-iocaster for a number of years and was re- harvest. the county three yean ago, or f 1,000 in gaided The jury in the case of Lee Boyle at Baptist Recorder. Odd Pants Warranted Not to Rip. ai ii bright, promising boj. all, and leas tlianf UK) wou'd cover t Judge Vtncant Uoreing, of London, ttlegrnni was received here aevei- - Lebanon, failed to agree. A motion for amount paid out on both. In Stanford j al da3 since bearing tho sad intelligence bail was granted, and tho prisoner gave is a delegate to tho General Conference lodge alono ins'iranco h cmiod to tho of tho Northorn Methodist Church at ol the de.it ; of Mr Win. F Kruger :n bond in the buui of f 1,000. He ib chargamount of about i7.",(X)0, aud aa it costs Onio. Mr. Kinger was insuie.1 four ed with being a member of the mob that Cleveland and has boon placed on sever- J. L. Frohman & Co., Proprietors, Danville, Ky.-d lets than old line conipa-Mie- years ago about to MissSaran Crouly Hopper, murdered Doverantul Mrs. West. Boyle al important catnmittees. He has introwhich do not conduct husineKs for u duced resolutions to change the quarterhandsome woman nnd daughter of is from Garrard. holth alone, it will be nadily seen that Mrs. Anno B Hopper, of a place. Mr. William J. Owsley, wlu has been ly meeting to conferences, this !J unveil bv Stanford has the amount Kruger ami wife had been traveling for under treatment at Oswego, N. Y., for to change the Discipline which speaks of : been about fi, 150. Deeinous to say or several months Iihs been brought to Lex- the "Holy Catholic" to tho "Universal several months, thinking a continual do something for the good of tho Order change of climate might benefit tho ington and placed in High Oaks Private Church" ami to ahorteu the term of and fellownien, I ask a thoughtful confrom six to three months. health of the former, but the change Sanitarium. There haa been little im sideration of the grand Order of tho availed 1:1 Tho Southern Baptist convention at nothing, for death ever in tho provement in hia mentul condition, Is Now Knights of the Maccabees, and our luoisieps oi youug ami oiu alike, Boon though his friends are still hopeful of hia Chattanooga adopted thta red hot promembtrs here should with renewed vig recovery. hibition resolution, after considerable claimed htm (or another victim. or push a good thing along Leading Swiss citizens of; Bernatadt, dobale aud objection because it was of a V Misa Mamio Lewis, of Louisville, is Jou F. Watkkh. political nature: We reassert our truce-leathe gueat of Miss Fannie Collier. Misa Laurel county, took KdwardSmallwood, ?;os- and uncompromising hostility to Pearl Ashley is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pey- Mary Lovlns and Tobe (Lovina from a Wk commend tho wisdom of Governof kept by the two laat tho manufacture, salo, and importation house : or Bradley in the selection of Col. W. P. ton Parrott, of Lexington. Misa Jnnie whipped of alcboholtc beverages in any and all V of the Stanford Intkkior Shumate, oueof the assistant teachers in named, tiod and unmercifully Walton, editor fire was set 'V. Journal, to be ono of tlio six commis- tho Lancaster graded school, left for her them, after which is said to beto inthe their forms. We regard tho policy of ishouse. Smallwood a suing government licenses for the purBeautiful Line of the Very Latest Goods. sioners for the two BchooIaof reform for homo iti Danville on Friday. Rov. F. M. dangerous condition. Tho matter will pose of carrying on tho liquor trailic aa You should call in and see our stock. boys and girls, soon to bo erected in this Hill and wife are gueats of Mrs. Hill's parents, Rav. and Mrs. Grinstead, of Per- bo investigated by the grand jury next a sin against God and a dishonor to our State. Fearleas, frauk and people. We furthermore aunounce it as Col. Walton has battled faithfully, hero- ryville. Prof. L. V. Dodge, of Berea, week. R.u.ninc) in Kansas. Writing from our conviction that wo should by all leically and continually for the suppres- wai the guest tho first of the woek of sion of crime and the maintenance of law Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo D. Patterson Hiawatha, May 14, Dr. L. R. Yatea says: gitimate means oppose tho liquor in muAll new 'goods for spring and summe Messrs. Jeau, Mack aud J. M. Boner, of This section has had 30 hours almost con nicipality, State and nation. Furtherand order, and no man haa done wear. Every thing strictly more we announce it as the sense of this Boyle, wero visitors iu our city Sunday tinuouarain in tho past two days, and more for the morals of his section than at he has. Tho honor; is a fitting reward W. T. Warne, of Eaaton, Pa., haa been in this hour, 9 r. ., the clouds are still body that no parson should be retained for his noblo eflorla in behalf of the ame- our midst on buaincss for several days heavy, with proapecta of mora rain. in the fellowship of a Baptist church lioration of society, and if the board will past. C. D. Portwood.of Lawronceburgi Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska bave en- who engages in the manufacture or sale but listen to his practical suggestions, visited Lancaster friends on Sunday joyed good rains during the present of alcholtc liquots, either at wholesale or &j Kentucky will have cause also to bo Miss Theodocia Leavell, of Richmond, week. All crops look very promising. retail, who invests his money in the J Richmond visited her cousin, Mrs. Rachel Hemp- That is a good atory c( Dr. Peyton; he manufacture or salo of alcoholic liquors proud of hia appointment. hill, this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ought to buy that mule. I hope Ken or members who drink liquors aa beverRegister. (rill . m. Hear in mtnd that we keep every thing from a Pin to a Kinnaird were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Wil- tucky has had good rains before this age or visit saloons or driuking places for The Milleraburg local option election liam Burnside, of the purpose of said indulgence. Barbourville. Dr. T. time. Threshing Machine. contest haa been decided in favor of tho J. Acton and wife, of Eubanks, visited was diamieted on the Yours for Bargains, saloon men. It All of the quintuplets born to Mrs. ! Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Gastineau last week. The large Markbam House at Atlan4 grounds that the papers of contest did Oscar Lyons, of MayfielJ, have died. The (vv. ta, Ga., waa destroyed by fire Sunday i the required number of signers not bave Thomas Grover, of Columbus, Ga., At midnight other buildings were burn- bodies hare til been embalmed and will t - Hustonville, Ky at the time of trial. We understand that whipped his wife becauaa she kicked in ing, and the loes will Jprobably reach be kept on exhibition. The Chas. Wheeler Emporium, f.V the local optioniats will take an appeal to her sleep and her father in turn shot him 1300,000. ' I on the course at Louisville. ' to death. ass a higher court. jib " 1 ' si i. run r'fr o CRAIG & HOOKER GkerrvLcals, CKls, i 1! Pair i j J ust ) -- e iiitil-HfUrt- ed It Pays to Deal with a Cash House. r I yvBit-rua- 1M. P-l- ul , - 1 i . .- I 'n'UIl ..I,, Fri-woul- d , i;i ii .!!. . -- AMe-MaSf- Y ?v"SS P JftMES FRYE, K, . yVOW S THE TIME TO BUY d wage-worke- r. d ThisBp-paranc- Every Thing Goes At Prices. j - ...i....3.......0.... i toll-ga- te W. Bo BTIOBEBT .'............. s Wagon ana implement Paint. Wall Paper Alabastine & Brushes. Ilsr-rudsbtir- -- one-thi- rd -, a I 1 1 j , GOOD POINTS Her-we- re Good Fitting Clothing a , well-fatten- ed Courier-Journa- I vi.. VALUE : Mac-cabei- B CHILDREN'S SUITS, etc-Ol- d I I . i - u. BLOUSE W2USTS, ETC, tl A THE GLOBB; I.. one-thir- Benii-annu- al ...... . prc-bati- I 1 1 1, 1 MY SP mminecK 1 -- rVwj s ': Complete in Every Department. e, 1 1 jew jVUfliery i 1 fair-minde- d, I I Glotfyig- Up-to-dat- e. i i 9 1 Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Fine Shoes in Great Variety. PRI(G$: "BGD K0K." i i s CHARLES WHEELER, 2 SOSSSSSSStStSA m ' ' J-'- & mma . s jl jr mmmi&m ij , ifill-WEEKL- Y INTERIORJOML POLITICAL POINTS. ri i II H : i? s- - I I Colorado republicans declared for free silver coinage. Will repair and refinish furniture, Ac, May 19, 1896 Stanford, Kr if brought to my store. J. O McOlary. Rockcastle republicans gavo Dai eon her 14 votes Saturday. Tint entertainment given by tho Cen McKinley and free silver resolved W. P. WALTON. tral University Guitar, Madolinaud Bantho Wyoming republicans. jo Club at Walton's Opera House SaturLittle Prices, btill in the Lead. Of the 1.0S7 German papers in the day night was not as enjoyable as it lirat blood for Bound money. Uuited States only two are for free silver. Scokk the this week, You will Some wonderful might have been. The first half of the Judge Milton J. Uurhftin drew tho clare Leaders in tho Uouse and Senate exprogram was fairlv well rendered hut the find our store from Col John 0 Hodgea at Lexington press the opinion that Congress will 000,000 of gold. boys did not acquit themselves credita Saturday and might have made pulp of adjourn Juno 5. The populists' State central commit- hly during the last half. In fact they him had not Editor Satn J. Roberta sepThe Senato bv a vote of 31 to :!0 de-- tee issued an address to the voters of seemed too fu'l of fun to pay much at arated them. Tho trouble grew over a Jed that Henry A. Dupont was not en- Kentucky. All free silver men are urgletter Bent by the colonel to the Cincin- titled to a seat as Senator from Deloware. ed to come into the populist camp on tention to their numbers and just struck P--4 out on the first thing they happened to And also full of Fagcr Buyers who know and appreciate J nati Enquirer, which charged that the Saratoga has bpen selected as the tho ground that they have nothing to think of. They hIpo cut the program judge and other sound money men had place and June 24 as the time for the expect of bargains. If you don't believe we can and do sell at pri- the old parties. considerably, but there was no kick from been instrumental in preventing Secre- democratic State convention in Xew ces at which you car. save money, just compare the quoA cyclone starting at Sherman, Tex the audience because of that The sing tary Carlisle from coming to Kentucky. York. as, killed at least 17o persons in its line ing was exceedingly poor With an old tations in this "ad." with .my other you may chance to It i8eaid that the judge was eo incensed Wat Hardin threshed over his old to Justin and injured hundreds of oth- er head to manage them the club could see. All we ask now is that you at the statement that he characterized it free silver straw yesterday at Danville, ers, besides destroying millions of dol- give a pleasing performance nnd the lie and its author a d n liar, with nobody to answer him or make lars as a worth of property. A loud appeal of one should he secured heforu the but this is probably a weak invention of him afraid. for help comes from the stricken section. curtain riseaon its members ruaIii. The tho enemy as the judge does not swear. E. E Settle, of Owen, who has come The court of appealH has adopted a receipts were about $50. Hodges heard the remark and resented it out for free silver, says he believes his rule Gilt edge cotton, yaid wide, kc. Masonville cotton yc. that for tho next two years opin. t by a counter assertion, when the judge county will send a free silver delegation ions of tho court in cases not to bo ren m . i xi) rn. 1) i: i ti:ms. Hope cotton Lonsdale cambric SjC. Ladies' let go his good and landing to Lexington. ported shall not be elaborated. In this German millet seed for sale at B. k sleeveless vests 5c, worth 10c. Outing cloth skirt pat it on the colonel's jugular sent him h chief Walker, of the way it is expected that much time will Wearen's. Uommander-i- n West and crooked. lie was game though Grand Army of the Republic, has issued be saved by the court in unimportant terns 25c, worth 50c. Infants' lace caps 10c, 15c, Cruse it Edwards sold In Owensboio 25c and came to the scratch at once, but was orders forbidding poets to indorse candi- cases. and 50c, worth double the money. Ladies' seamless fast 180 head of fat cattle at $3 GO. unable to barm bis antagonist, owing to dates for otlico. Circuit Judge J. S. Patton, of the Will hire a large broku mule for the black hose 15c, worth 25c. Fxtra heavy sox 5c pair. friendly interposition. Judge Durham is A. R. Barnaul, of Richmond, tells 2lth Judicial district, is to undergo an season cheap. Apply at this office. Ladies and Misses' black hose. Ladies' parasols 50c. a bad nan to monkey with as several be- Auditor Sam Stone that he is going to investigation by State Inspector Lester. I will stand two good jacks at $7 to sides the colonel have found to their sor- run for appellate judge, and Stone adds: It is charged that too much money is Lace curtains 50c pair. Ladies' black and tan slippers insure liviug colts. M. S. Baughman row. paid out in that district for pro tern "he will win." W. 11. Murphy Bold to O. C. 4Sc. Good Percale shirt waist .Sc. A good blue cotton-adalThe Louisana legislature has declar- judges. Somo others we know might of Hnstonville, h lot of wheat at ItJIs charged that the republican race 10c. A good Buckeye hat Sc. with profit to the so be investigated accept70 cents. for the Congressional nomination in this ed M. J. Foster elected governor, B. K. Wearen is headquarters for district is not bo much a contest between ing the tabulated statement made by the State. State board of equalization has The cultivators, corn planters, burrows, Ac our man Davison and Speed Smith as it secretary of State. Negro republicans from nine South- completed its work. Tho equalized as- - lowest prices. is a trial of strength between Gov. Bradof property for taxation is Sales of a number of car loads of ley and the McKinleyiUs, and for that ern States met at New York and resolved Bssment The 1S95 it was $573,200,937. "Lilv Whites," demanding hoga at 2 SO to 3c are reported in the reason it prompts to be a battle royal. again6tthe of tax for 1S90 will bo Richmond Register, which also tells of Spencer, Mercer and Shelby are regarded fnll representational the St. Louis con- amount it was $2. 130,229.00 in ISM. Ex- Bales of severHl lota of as the fighting ground and Smith scored vention. cattle at 3 to 4c At 25c to 75c. Kxtra good cotton working pants 75c. The Indiana supreme court haB emptions in 1S90 are $3S,330,9I0; in 1S95 The seven bookmakers at the St. lirat Saturday by securing Shelby's 15 knocked out tho suit of the republican they were $37,S22,173. Fibre Chamois 15c per yard. A good line of Lawns and Louis track pay $250 a hook for the bet votes. Davison is conceded Lincoln, 'State ll A cyclone killed tive persons in committee to have the appropria-tionmeting privileges, thereby showing what a Boyle, Jackson and Rockcastle, 50 votes, Chalhes . county and in Graves demolished act of ISSo declared unconsti while "Smith" says a dispatch, "stands tutional. two churches, a school house, two stores profitable hiibinees it is to work nuckera. Mr. E. P. Woods lias decided to let and other buildings and slightly injured the best show to get the delegations of Yesterday was a big day at several people. Many barns and build- Mutt Cohen, of Richmond, have Eagle and GarJessamine. Madison, Anderson politics. A dozn speakers ings in the path of the storm were dein .jScJper suit. A good pair of me:fs heavy shoes yS cents. neuron and will rard. Smith has gained strength wonder- including tho Congressional candidates, stroyed. The cyclone was about 3C yards Bird during tho sno fully durmg the last week, and while he Brtckinridgeand others, were advertis- wide, and ia described by those who saw turn the great saddle stallion over to him seemed hopelessly beaten two weeks ago, ed to orate. it as a blue blnze accompanied by a about June 1st. There are few better horsemin than .Mr. Cohen and no hotter his chancea now look unusually bright." money fierce black cloud. The Shelby county sound horse than Eagle Bird. Smith had better not get too gay, howev- democrats expect to neutralize the efADDITIONAL LOCAL. A: URHANSKY & CO., Proprietors, Davison is very fect of Gov. Stone's free silver speech by Judali lluimn, of tho firm of N. er, in his confidence. Special reduction on clocks of all kinds Lehman A Bro , Baltimore, bought of much like Dr. Hunter in his methods and a sound money speech from T. D. RANEY, Manager. Abe First 750 head of extra slop cattle, Blips with tread, where others Buckner next Saturday. this week. Danks, the jeweler. Branch Stores: fed at Paris, GOO head, 1,400 lb average, are afraid to go. It takes 77 votes to A special line of tooth brushes, new at 4 cents, 150 head, 300 lbs average at nominate. SEWS NOTES. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown. Lawrenceburg and good, at Penny's Drug Store. 3J centa. These cattle will be exported r Gheat stress is placed by the free silCynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Irotn Baltimore and Newport News durGov. Bradley will deliver the meSkk the ganuine "Brown" cultivators ing the present week. Register. ver men on their claim that in February, morial address at Indianapolis on decoraElizabcthtown, Frankfort. and Malta plows at cost. J. K. Van Are- Ky., 1878, Secretary Carlisle mede a speech in tion day. The spring meeting of the Louisville dale. and Mauckport, Ind. Jockey Club haa furnished several Congress advocating their pet idea. In -- A little son of Prof. W. A. Gate, of answer to this charge the secretary writes Knoxville, fell into a fountain iu that Hioii crade wheel to trade for work reached finishes, but the climax whh when Ben Bruah and Iidy Inez to Hon. J. H. Johns, of Prestonburg, in city and was drowned. mare or mule. Address Box 402, Dan- ran a dead iieat in theSchuite Stakes in BUY THE OLD RELIABLE, dewhich he shows that this speech was 1.41 over a hIow track. The owner of Five sailors on a British ship, which ville. Lady Inez refused an offer of a division livered in opposition to a free coinage arrived at New York, died of yellow feTiiEdoctora are going loadopt the of the money and tho two great proposition and in favor of nn amend- ver, and another committed suicide. payment plan. See ad. in another ran the race over again, Ben ment which had been offered by Senator Henry Bolhn, the embezzling treas- column. Brush winning by one and Beck and adopted by the Senate, designlengths in 1.43 The other winners were urer, offOmaba, was sentenced to 19 Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Nbw beans, peas, potatoes, cabbage, Red, Elsie I) , Moylan and Alice C. ed to give the government the profit on years' imprisonment and fined 1211,000, Ground bananas, oranges, lemons and pine apples coinage, instead of giving it, as free coinRfeht- It develops that the Eddy ville peni- at W. H. Brady's. ; NKW ADYKIiTlSKllEmv age would do, to the few owners of silver tentiary fire was the unsuccessful result explodee another lie told ot a desperate lot of the convicts to es bullion. This An interesting letter from W. L. on the secretary to bolster a rotten cause cape. who is at Hot 8prinRS, got misand injure one of the greatest men of his An experiment conducted at Chica- placed and isstill non est, the more's the day in theeyea of honest people. Next. go demonstrated the fact that diphtheria pity. Horses, Blacksmith Tools, Dis- It will scour ... . where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you germs can be killed by the use of the X tillery Fixtures, &c. ' Rev. Rhodes, of Timpson, Texas, who rays. Sound Monky. Hon. R. C. Warren don't keep it. I w at public divides bis time between the pulpit and S.T.Campbell, a Lexington alder- has accepted an invitation to make a der, will the Jutillcry auction, to the hihit bidon ol Hamm A Stringplow, unearthed 30,000 Mexican dollars man, accused of accepting a bribe of sound money speech at Lancaster Mon- er, near Krrlger, Lincoln Co., Ky , the other day wh'le breaking up a field, $200 for hie vote '.for a light company, day. On May 29. 1896, but as they are only worth 50 cents on has fled. Wh have turned ovo' all our accounts At j u'ekek P M., Two Honcn, Onu Copr fraudulent use Wid Hall, sent up for the dollar, though containing moreeilver to W. A. Triable for collection and you Still and Worm. Annie Mill. Twenty Krimentimr disgusted because they of the mails, died In the Indiana peniWagon and lUrnen. and Set than ours, he is For the Ladies we the The Latest Things in will favor ns by an immediate settle- Tub, Hlackimith Toolt, the property of Hamm A are not U. S. dollars. Mexico has free tentiary Saturday. His wife and family ment. Hughes & Tate. Wringer, to latufy balance due on warrant! 411 and 443 and all coin; inueil from the Collector! eilver coinage; our silver dollars are back- live in Harlan county, Ky. otfice ol the 8th Dutrict of K jr., for taxet on branThe auditorium to be used for the ed by gold and pass current for the full J M CAR IKK, Ufputy Collator. Within the next few few days I Bhall dy6th Collrctiuu District ot Ky face value. Mexican silver money is on- republican National convention at St. call on you personally for the amount 'uiciaiiu, rwy , iay is, is. The boll you owe me and shall insist on all accompletion. ly worth ite bullion value. Free silver Louis is nearing here at a ratio less than its commercial will seat over 13,000 people. counts being settled. Danks, tho JewWhile for Men and Boys we have Jere South, a wealthy land owner of eler. ratio would soon place our silver money Breathitt county, was shot and killed in at the same discount. Thk council did not extend the time a general fight between members of a for the payment of city tax en so you That the sound money sentiment in fishing party on Kentucky river. must settle with me by Juno 1st or pay this county predominates, we have no of the notorious A daughter-in-laO J. the six percent, penalty. doubt, but unlees that element shall take "Devil Anse" Hatfield died at William-eosteps to assert its power, it will be treatWe have the Narrowest Toe Made on Century Lasts. W. Va., as a result of an overdoco of Cloudy with snowors and probably ed to a surprise. The hilver men are ac- turpentine taken to relieve cramps. signal tive and alert and re working day and Seven prisoners escaped from the thunder storms, was the way the night. In fact some of them arj so Newport jail Saturday night, but Jack- service predicted yesterday, but it hsa wrought up they are like crazy men son and Walling declined to go, believ- predicted showers so often and they Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. upon whom argument and reason have ing they were safer in than outside the came not that tho people are becoming Stock must be reduced. Look disgusted. It ia aa dry as a bone now no effect. Let the sound money men or- jail. Two persons were burned to death and aa hot as hades most of the time. ganize and use every honorable means to around and make your money go combat a delusion that promises to throw and five children perhaps fatally injured ImUek lawyers tell us that Miss Kate as far it will. I cut my expenses the country into irretrievable ruin, if not at McDonald, Pa., by an explosion following the use of kerosene in a kitchen Cook will take an appeal in her bastardy the first of S9C in order to give checked in time. CHse. Everybody eeoms to be sorry for my customers the benefit of unstove. In the line ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Although a comparison with his demtho poor girl, who ia now dependent on necessary peniFire in the Eddy ville branch Windotv.'Shadcs, Glass expense. This move ocratic predecessors shows that Gov. tentiary destroy! the various work her mother, Bince her misfortune renPaints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and Bradley has not been as prolific with his shops within the walls and rendered G!0 ders her unable lonner to be a servant places my customers on the ground Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to DASviLLE'and mother too has to work for a floor for buying good goods at pardoning power aa they, yet all of them convicts idle. The loss is estimated at iirl. Her see living. pardon too much. Hardly one man in $100,000. reasonable prices. From $1 to ten thousand is convicted wrongfully Some COO convicts are thrown on the Tint Hogsett Academy boys and the S35 can be saved in a single transII and not over one in that many is enti- State's hands by the destruction by fire second nine of this plate attempted Sat action. A glance will convince tled to executive clemency. Your auric- of the shops at Eddy ville, and the sink- urday morning to play ou tne tie game you. See me before buying is all Next door to Farmers ular, Gov. Bradley, if you please: Don't ing fund commissioners are greatly of several wecksago, but at tho endiugof National Bank, Main Street, and.'examine' one example of the try to follow the bad the fourth inning all the bats had been I ask. of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central. democratic governor in the matter of Wal broken and the same waa declared off. Col. Washington sayB his client Kentucky. W. W. pardons, but seek to emulate their more ling will make a clean breast of his con- Tne bco'o Btood aix to four in favor of praiseworthy acts. nection with the Pearl Bryan murder the visitors. Undertaker, Furniture, Carpets, and is sure that his innocense will be The republicans evidently don't need established. Stanford, Ky. Accidents. Mr. J. L. Johnaon, Kinge- Congressman Owens' vote to give them a ville, who waa here yesterday, tella us Matt Rainey, who killed Aaron majority, or they have detera Adams at Bloomingdale, Clark county that Mr. Cicero Gooch, of L. G Gooch & mined to do the fair thingonce in awhile. is in jhII at Winchester. A mob of 200 Son, Wayneeburg, had his leg cut off by The committee having in charge the Den- men went to the city limits, but after the cars, Sunday uight, and that William BYny contest for his sent has unanimously consultation decided to give the law a IIol'uq rode his horse on a trestle and decided that the big bluffer has no claim chance at Rainy. waa thrown off. tho horso remaining on to it and Mr. Owens will stay where the police of Newport are investigat- the structure and being killed by the The people slid he must. Denny will get sev- ing the mysterious disappearance of cars. ,.WiIl tell soodi for the.. IT eral thousand dollar though and that Charles Kuhl, the man who married Some of the merchants, among them A, t:to perhaps was all he expected. Mary Morgan, the woman who found A. Warren, are trying to get up a : : fair and picnic to be held here July 4th; With only 4C0 votes necessary for the Pearle Bryan's hat, be offered by indiMarshall nomination, McKinley hua 557 straight, Kansas, were and Nemaha counties, in special premiums to And Funeral Director. swept by a cyclone Sunday. viduals for any farm produst, the day to X. 71 contebted and hundreds of second fcjve persons wore Will. ..I at Seneca nnd be further signalized by base ball games, carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Bridles Burm,, Also instructions. The straddle bug may have somo of the handsomest buildinca of tho bicyclo and other contests. We hope it Rbes' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. no wings at all, but he gets there all the place were destroyed and many persons) J- will be gotten up. injured. Room opposite Court-Hous- e same. Square, Stanford, William Lochrcn, commissioner of pensions, was appointed United States district judge for Minnesota. Dominic Murphy, who has boen chief clerk in the ponBion ollic?, succeeds Judgo Lochren aa commissioner. At the present rate of attack on the gold reserve it is not improbable that an other issue of bonds will bo neceseary before next November. Thus far this month the treasury has lost over $10.- - TimKK two-hors- e cultivators at cost. e and two Farris & Hardin. one-hors- BIG MS Price-Cutting I O CO Eh ci h3 wHULL OFBARGain&w CO - dn eer-vici- 'H COfAE, see AJVD 5AYE. i-- 1 right-hand- er 6c. 1 CO be-in- g Cm w Van-Arsdai- e, c a $570,-02(5,70- 2; A Niee Line ic $2,420.-42S.7- 3; Straw Hats ' CO nt Mitr-aha- S3 Law-roucebu- rg Eh Men's Summer Underwear LOUISVILLE STORE. ex-Go- 52J cat-li- ke 1 al 30-d- ay threo-year-ol- ds one-ha- lf The Vulcan Chilled Plow. m Mc-Cart- y, We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. FORSALB. s JS Friday, Two-Horse W. H. WEAREN & CO. 1 SLIPPERS and SHOES Styles. NowisIourTime Tan and Black in the Very Latest Wall Paper, Furniture. H. J. McROBERTS. w iew-lan- d. n, m m Carpets, Matting, 1 The Way to Get What Yon Need to prove Your House ... A. E. GIBBONS, WITHERS, in "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST.'. twd'-tbird- At Cost. TO REDUCE STOCK UNDERTAKING jj, , -- one-da- y Next 60 Days At Cost For Cash. KTLAirr Ky. Practical Trimmer, Embalmer K. VanArsdale. oi-Ml-- half for tho home team and Geo. Lusk,' of Lancaster, caught. For the C. U.s Caiuiiagk piiltu. UraiK A Hocker. " Grimes and Roberta constituted the bat- ,tery. J. T. Embry and Will Dunlap Waist setH, Htuda, links, belts nt - May 11), 189(5 Stanford, Kt., umpired and did so very satisfactorily. Danks'. snap shots. Since adopting the Cash Svstem I am enabled to Reduce Prices New lino of Htatlunery jutt received. Mayor Menefee, we salute you You E. C. Walton, Business Manager. Grain fc Hocker. Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, were the right man in the right place and on Rough and Dressed Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a did tho old town proud. Si'kctaci.kh still v.ov.m. at hnlf price at Yard, and by YoUhIkiuuI tMKo your prescription!! to Garrard county sent over n big delega- full stock of every thing found in a first class Lumber PennyVdriinHtoru where prompt Btid Grain & Hocker'H. selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have tion and her women added no little to accurate service in miarantoed ever been offered here. Bituminous and cannot nut coal, bottne J00'1 '00K8 he assemblage. l'UlllsOXM. VOISTS. tom prico. Try it. Noel A Son. ho hoj'B were on their good behavior l and if any unpleasant incident occurred Ulohok Kaiiuih lifa returned from W am. paper at low prices and now during tho day we did not hear of it. Hot Springs. patterns just received. W. U. McRob- - Baso Ball and Other Notes. If tiie samples sent us are a fair repreHarroddbiUK, Mil. V. J. 1'otkwt, of erts'. sentation of MadiBon county beauties, Mao hero Saturday. Saturday was ii red letter day for StanTRY OUR- John Powkll, a negro from the West ford and she did herself proud in main- they aro world beaters aud no mistake. Hkv and Mas. J.T, SiiAiuiAKi) went The brothers, Letcher, W. O. and Casey Fnd, wan lodged in jail to serve 50ditH to Louinvillo Monday. taining her reputation for hospitality. Owsley, wereon hHiid, enjoying themThomas II. Siiankh came over frcin for "toatin' a weepln'." Two weeks before Capt. Henry Wygant, selves and adding to the pleasure of othLeinton to aee the parade. Ladiks. Protect your jjuinu, tleanso in command of the cadets at Central MuhNonMA Uhyant, ol Franklin, is your teeth by using a small tooth brush, University, camo here with a view to se- ers. W. Rodes Shackelford, who came with vieitinu Mra. J.S. Hundley lecting Stanford for the annual outing Craig fc Hocker at 20c. the C. U.s, wan the best looking man in days sold by Mihs Jk.nnib WBBTBpeiit several of his battallion. He met Mayor J N Lost. Between Stanford and Mr. Bob Menelee, J. B I'axton and an Intkmok the crowd, save possibly tho genial editwith her mother at HarroduburK. Miw. Litciu.k Han, of Louisville, hi Porter's, a light checked coat. Return Jol'hnai, representative, and after dis- or of tho Richmond Register. J. B. Paxton, J. N. Saunders, 1 M. Hoth Tongue and Tongueless. Time saved is money made. We visiting Mrs. K. H. Crow at "Uillcroht." to O. O. Carson and receive reward. cussing the question decided to come McRoberts, W. F. Sheridan, Harvey Mies Axnik Mkhhiion, of I'.lcliinond, Stanford have the Handsomest line of Jardinieres and Went once determined that Helm, Jesse D. Wearen and the "gray Bpent (several dayfl with M'.bs Clara ought to show her appreciation of the Flower Crocks of all kinds ever brought horse" did all in their power to enter and after suggesting that we to this city, just received at Warren & compliment tain tho visitors. l'noi'. and Mhb. M. J. Tiiomhon and do tho nice thing by the visitors, called a Shanks'. Centre College was largely represent Oathurino, of Huatonville, wore hero meeting for tho purpose of discussing s Hogsett Academy boys were hero ed visitingla-die- s TiiKyouiig moiig-ivitie yesterday. tho matter. A number of gentlemen reby the score, but Sam Menefee was the a hop at the Myers House Friday sponded to the call, when it was decided Mik Ki.la Whioiit, of Stanford, was night, which was enjoyed by a dozen to appoint committees and arrange for only 'dummy" the Kentucky School for calling on friends in this city yesterday. And sell it on a Guarantee. Deaf sent up. Liberty Tribune. couples. tho entertainment and these committees the Col. T. V. Hill made a stirring speech Miss Olvdic Hiti'mak. of Lancaster. Thy J. 11. Baughman A Co.'s cooking met last Tuesday, the ladies took hold of to the cadets, reminding them of their went to lx)tiiHville Friday to stay sonio coals. They are best and cheapest. the matter and going to work with a will Bupon timo with friends. they succeeded in raining and setting a glorious heritage and impressing deituminous nut 10c, Caunel nut lie, them tho importance of being faithful to Mich K. May Jknkinh, of Lexington, dinner in Col. Hill's large residence livered at your house. has arrived and taken n position in the grounds which spoko volumes in praise it. As usual, be delighted everybody with his thrilling oratory. Joseph I'rico Hospital. Tint court of appeals goes right along of how a ell each had done her part. ' Clarence E. Woods, of the Richmond ' " " slaa Lincoln, atlirming Judge Saulley's decisions. Fri- Other arrangements for tho comfort of Mit and Mks. J. L. Yaniih.oI H vialtiiiK tho latter'a parents day it passed on two cases of his: Myers' the intents were nude, a number of the Register, was on hand and Solomon in havo been all his glory was not arrayed as he was hero. StflneiMSt Paraxon. and hotelsjwere decorated in the admr. vs. Douglass, Lincoln, and Harlan, Btcr-:tfi Mil. TiioMAb V. Paxton, of Gincinna- - etc.. vs Braxdale's admr., Boyle, and isOiuge colors oi.icreain and crimson, a He had a big time and fell in love whh one of our prettiest girls, who noted for V. II. li, tnadu a biiBinras visit to Mr. largn I'. S. llsg was stretched acroes the said he decided them both right. her taste, seoms to have been somewhat of the. week Tray lor street in front of the with Binitten herself. Somk weeks ago n mt bit Mrs. Nancy the words "Glad to C.U." on it and Mips Minna Wamkhh, of Kiclimond, whei , Mesdames J. W Alcorn, Mildred camo down with the cadets and u the Warner on one of her hands white she at 10.30 the train pulled in, carriages aud A. W. Carpenter, Will Hays, J. N. was asleep. It did not pain her much at KUt'At of Mrs. V. 0 Shankr. other vehicles with cream and crimson nWASi ol tho time, but since she has suffered floating from them were in readiness to Menefee, Bettie Cobb McKinney, Fores-tu- s Mkmiih. W ISihish MiPoum.i, Reid and W. M. Bright had charge of of Lexington, (greatly. The member is fearfully swol Kichmoud, and Wanton, convev the ladies and gentlemen guests spent several dajs with the Mioses Cook. len ami it has been necestfiry to lance it of the cadets to the drill grounds at Mrs tho dinner and to them bo the greater p.irt of the honor and glory. They workseveral times Lou Shanks' The battalion formed on Miss Maky I). Smith went to LexinK-to- n ed in season nnd out and success crownyesterday to eeti her mother, who Phk hotsu that Annie Pitttereon and Mill street, marched down to Main and ed their eflorts. was seriously butt by h fall several days Cora Uiveiis. colored, were driving be- thence to the grounds, with banners flyMioses Annie Alcorn and Nannie vlt Compared to the Picnic Bargain seekers will have at our ao. came frightened aa they were coming ing and d ruins beating, presenting a most Van Do veer with others received at Col , the down Mill street Friday afternoon aud soldierly appearance. repriseiitin Mil, J. W. Capt Wvgant Hill's, where the ladies were taken to Christian tiuide, wiiH bero Saturday in ran at n lively gait. Both of the occu- put tliHtn through a number of manue- - arrange their toilets and of course the the Intercut of that sterling publica- pants were thrown out, the lirst named veth en route, to the debght of the visitors were made to feel at homo by tion. scaping unhurt and the latter receiving crowds that lined the streets for nearly a the cordiality of their attentions. To Sl'KAHS AM) LXTTIK only a few slight scratches and bruises mile. MlttlKS A.NNIK them and the other girls who did so Arriving at the grounds, which were IloiuKTH. of Danville, aro Kiiests ol Mlii The buggy was considerably demolished i much to the desired end, too much in somewhat too rolling for perfect drill, praise can not be Mauiio Wilson Carpenter, at Mr. A. W. In this collection will be woolens in waist and skirt saiJ. 'They were of Carpenter's. In Hoc. -- Constable T. J. Benedict the cadets were put through manv diff- the committee who solicited provision lengths, silk in waist and dresa lengths, including plaids Mu Hakhv (Iiovannom, of tho Advo-cat- captured Mike Woods on the Rolling icult evolutions aud in a manner which and with Misses Linda Owsley, Dollie and plain goods. Don't forget this. Come and buy deattended a party at Mt. Vernon Fri- Fork Sunday night and lodged him in showed their canful training. The in- McRoberts, Jennie Warren, Ethel Beaz-lefantry tired a number of rounds all today niht aud was the miest of K. U. sirable goods at less than cost to import. here. Hois charged witli maliciousFannie Shanks and Belle Denny, Williams, Keq. named Feister gether and in squads at the command of are entitled to thanks of every one who ly wounding a German It. 0 H'.wathhm writes us that be has and with maiming stock. His examin- tho captain and the report was almost as has pride of town and county. moved to Nex Terces, Idaho, and lakon ing trial will be before Squire John Bai- if one man alone had fired. Tho artilBesides tho cadets and their comjip a homestead in a beautiful prairie, ley at Moreland at 10 o'clock to day and lery drill too was very fine, the rapidity mander were the following: hro the Indians aro very civilized. tie will in all probability be returned, as with which the boys swabbed out the Chaperons, Mrs. Belle McDowell and , canonB, loaded and tired being very cred- Mrs Thomas Phelps. stenographer snd he is noted as a very bad egg. S V. Mknhi-mbMu. itable It was a novel sight to many of typo writer at the Deaf and Dumb InstiSponsor, Co. A, Miss Mary Tribble. Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Carpets. Thk Money hasComk. Mr. K. J. Tan- those who saw it and the crowds which Sponsor, Co. B, Miss Belle McDowell. tute, Danville, wns here Sunday to see Record Keeper of tlio lined the bills and dales were well reone of our handsomest lrls. -- Richmond ner, of McKinney, Maida of Honor, Co. A, MiBses Helen Maccabee lodge, of which Mr. W. L. paid for their coming. Register. Bennett, Mattie Tribble, Tillie Tribble. received a chec. A more delightful place for the dinner Miw Lkna Baldwin, of Richmond, is Withers was a member, Co B, Misses Minva Phelps, Kate Blanfor J'J.OOO Friday and on Saturuay paid it could not have been chosen nor could a visiting Mies Dollio Mcltoberts and a ton and Misa Vickers. Mr. Withers more capable set of ladles to arrange and Stanford man, at present sojourning in over to his widow here. pinsors Artillery Detachment, Miesea less proaldo over it havo been selected. Sub Danville, keepi tho pike hot between had been a member of thb order Kate Smith aud Florie ChenauH than two years aud had paid in only stantial, cake aud ices were spread Maids of Honor, Misses Florie Heath tho two towns. Maccagalore and after the cadets and the party and Bettie Taylor. KRNKhTl'AWSONHand Rutherford How-oil- , about J40. You can't beat the bees for prompt and satisfactory settlewith them, in all fully 150, had feasted, of Somerset, rodo to this place on Guests, Mesdames John D. Harris, about 10 cadets from Hogsett Academy Sim H. Stone, Sallie Miller, Henry Wytheir wheels Friday afternoon in a little ment. and Is Receiving his visitors, world without end, over throe hours. Considering the road Jail Delivkuy riiWAHTKu. But for wereother up to eat and bo merry, gant and Mrs. Capt. Tharp, Misses Bes invited this is good riding. the watchfulness of Jailer DoBord, Will which invitation did not havo to be re- sie Sliiler, Fannie Watts, Laura Bennett, Miss Lkna Thuhmond, of Lawrence-burMary Rennett, Carlisle Walker, Van Brown and Owsley Evans, held for burgcamo up with Mr Jamet H. Cook lary aud the robbery ol W. I. Tate's and peated, for they came, standing not on Greenleaf and Mnry Logan, Messrs. W. Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Catt. and spent several dayH with the Misses other stores, would have now been fugi- the order of their coming. Kven after Rodes Shackelford, Wm Haine, Hon. Cook. MlflsAlire Dryo, of Hustonville, tives from justice. Thursday night, Mr. this large crowd had been fed there were John D. Harris and wife, Mrs. H. THK HL.UK. GKASS IIKKD etill taken up many basketsful, showing Stone, L. H. Blanton, Prof. Gordon Pax-towsbhUo their guest. DoBord heard a noise in the jail and at Thoroughbred that the ladies had, God bless them, preMiUi.aiiy received a dispatch yes- J. 0. Prof. J H. Chandler, Clarence E once prepared to tlnd out what it was. terday from his brother, A. N. McClary, He did not want to incur the danger of pared for any emergency. The visitors Woods, Jos. Watts, L. II. Willis, Jr. My Krcederi were clcctcil from tnp brat herd nt Sabot ha, Kaunas, saying that a cyclone the priHMiers overpowering him and es- were loud in their praise and thankfulOne of the features of tho occasion was of this famous breed of swine In several dlfforent Sulci. A splendid lot ol pigs of ditlorent ages had taken away half of tins town, but lie caping so armed several men and put them ness for the nice treatment they had re the dinner tendered by Messro. Harvey for sale. Bred sous a specialty. Satisfaction mjpyfMs&w cuvori and when they left at 0:30 they Helm and Jtsse D. Wearen to a portion guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Address and family were unhurt. in convenient position to prevent escape. gave three rousing cheers and a number of the visiting delegation. Both these HRONAUGH, JoiinS Owblky, jh., Km, was Bt On going in he found that the two who Crab Orchard, Ky. from Harrodsburg Saturday look- had been locked in the same cell down of hearty college yells. Chancellor L. gentlemen are old students of Central home ing in fine spirits and confidently ex- stairs, had succeeded in prizing oil its II. Blanton was greatly pleased with tho University, where thev joined the Sigma pecting to be selected to carry the demo- door and cutting out h bar of the cage, reception given him, and Capt. Wygant, Nu fraternity, and it was to the visiting FULL LINE OF cratic banner to victory in tho coining through which they could get on tho out- who is an olegant gentleman, not only members aud their lady friends that the expressed his appreciation to all ho talkcontest. Congressional dinner waB given, as a special compliside of tho cage aud make Bhort work of Misses Katk Waddlk. Lizzie Calvert, regaining liberty. They wore so certain ed with, but gave us this card tobhow ment. Those who sat down at the St. Pearl Haley and Susie Brinkley and John of success that Brown had written a let everybody how proud he was of the ABaph's bountiful board were: MiEses treatment accorded him and his people: Florrie Chenault, Katio Smith, Lena t liuianamniin from Scinerset to see which the jailor fouud in their cell. To the Kditor ol tho Interior Journal. were tho guests ter, tlie soldiers Saturday and and Ollio Baldwin, Bessie Spears, Mary It is addressed to "Nannie," Brown's My DkarSiu'. 1 would be very glad Bennett, Matilda aud Mary Tribble, MaWlllio Halo. They rode in of Miss Sue gowife, and tells her he and Owsley are if you would convey the heartfelt thanks ry Viley, Bettie Taylor, Bessie Miller, from McKinney on thoir wheels. ing away and she must not grieve after Recieved. Also a Splendid Lot Misa Estiikii Whitlky Hukcii favors them. In about a month ho would writo of the O. U. Cadets and their guests of Clara and Ophelia Lackey and Messrs. Just 3viYs6y of Buckboard. ua with a beautifully engraved Invitation to her in Hugh Baker's name and mail it Madison county to tho good people of Cabell, Charles, Joe and Waller Cheto tho commencement exorcises of the to McKinney. Hereafter she must know Stanford and Lincoln county for their nault, Riggs, Moberly, Pickles, Wood, gonoroua hospitality. Thoir visit will be Wittmeior, Evans, Little, Burton, Crock- Full and Complete Stock of Farming Implements consisting of CultiUniversity of Naauville, which occur on him as Henry Hocker and Owsley would Her friends will bo glad to remembered as a ''red letter day" in the ett, Day, Bell, Dull and O. E. Woods. vators, Land Rollers, Corn Planters, Etc. See Our Line of Harrows tho 27th. be Joe Boone. She must raise him 130 that she will bo at home again and pay herself back by Belling his colt hiBtory of the institution and as one of know at Prices to Suit before you buy. Farm Wagons by the Five years wns the verdict in tho June 1. and hogs and OffBley's horse. Soon ns the most enjoyable of their lives. Call and See us. the Times. Faulkner Jordan murder case at M.Hsiis. It. C Waiikkn and W. G. Truly yours, Henry Wyciant, could got far enough away they TL. There waa a hung jury last Franksort yesterday to they go Capt. in Command. Welch went to to work and send her some would court, with a majority for acquittal alcoao of Caraon vb. American argue the "I believe tho Lord is going to Tho ball game between the Central - money. Accident Co., for which they got a vor- be with us, Nannie my dear wife, and University team and our boys Saturday though it was one of the worst cases of THE diet of 15,000. Tho court of appeals re- bless us so that we will bo together afternoon was a regular farce and the murder. It was proved that Jordan versed tho findings, but granted a re- again." Then he gives directions where less Batd about it the better. The visit- went to hia victim's houBe, shot into it and after tantalizing him into a row kill hearing and hia pictures can be found which she ors won, of course, but it was not exed him. This occurred 10 years ago and Woods writes that Millers-bur- g MissScsAN must got and hide. This must be "tend- pected that tho game would be as from College will bo represented in the as it was. The score stood 30 to 2 until lecently Jordan was a fugitive ed to" right away, for they will want his justice. here Juno 10, which gives promcontest and our boys now realize more than over of picturo to "scribe him up." "Don't let ise of Burpaesiiig auy ontortainraent nobody have nothing that they can trail that it takes practice to play good ball Music Mr. J. W. Hicks, a fine vocal Kentucky. and if you the kind ever hold in Central us on. 1 am never going to forget you, and Biich a thing has been heretofore un- ist, is'making up a class bero composed Try one for 30 Days probably Miss Catbcrlno liaughtnan will like it don't take it. known to them. In the first inning of members of all the churches, for the don't I am going to remain your husband and repreBont HuBtonville. George A. Mcltoberts made a homo-rupurposo of improving them in singing, from you must remain my wife." Both his Mibb Mary Wahbbn baa roturned latter portion of the game gut If successful, tho meetings will bo held W. namo and Owsley's are signed to the let- nnd in the Galena, Kansas, where her nephews, ter. On another sheet he tolls her that old in another score, but the rest of the Stan- in each of the churches, beginning at the are running a A and Walter Warren, man Dick says let thorn have the money, ford players oithor sawed out or got put Christian next Monday night. It is hop They sent samples ol rich lead mine. get away if they out before tho home plate was reached. ed that those who can sing will embrace who baa as ho wants them to the ore to Mr. W. S. Warren, The visitors did not play an extraordina- the opportunity and give him a hidas. Try one and you will never use They can. left it at this oillco for inspection. toola used by the men seemed to rily good game, but probably the solt The oro from the any other kind. also Bent samples of zinc Ladies. If you want the finest goods have been smuggled in by Coleman Car- snap tbey had made them deem it unyou ever tasted go to mines. earne penter, a negro trusty. An iron pick was necessary to do better. Saltmarab pitch- in Canned Peaches ed the first and Hendricks the second Warren A Shanks' Model Grocery, the principal one. k Solid silver teaBpoone. at Dank ELKL t iNTEKIOk JOURUlil. CITY AM) VICINITY. IN BfllflJBRBBY, Reduction In Prices I Stanford Receives The C.U. Cadets and Their Friends, And ! Entertains Tli Illglit Handsomely. n -- -- A. G SINE, Stanford, Ky. -- lew Malta Walking Cultivators, Mer-sho- Best Plow on the Market HIGGINS & McKINNET. rir s the-las- court-hous- e HE 1IC SATURDAY Beaz-tey- a FAILURJL, Hu-ics- Remnant Counter Next Week. o, y, jit Severance & Son. H. C. RUPLEY, THE MERCHANT TAILOR g, SFMKN Duroc-Jcriey ANBSiaMtMIElB n, RED HOGS. R. O. Buggies, Carriages and Phaetons vvl Car-Loa- d Har-rodibur- g. B. WXABEN. one-Bid- ed Popular Washe r. m n Greatest Washer ol the Age. FARRIS & HARDIN. ZZ2ZZ Semi-Week- ly interior Jourim TT"" Eubllahert Evory Tuoadny und Friday JJ3 ' T"" - " T PKK YMAK IX ADVANCE sa.50 will be charged 10 AT WWhen not scpaid K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Twin ease Stanford 4:30 p. m. al-- a in., returning L.&N. '1 LOCAL TIME CARD. m Ha. 14, Train come North 6. "in. - No. 3, i. " South .u . j- 11 37P m in 3 IJ 04 t 03 p m pa QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pas Junction Cit Ho. a follows: 1 4 ...315 am ...6 00 a m .... 8 ;s p m " , 9 " Notr. Nos. 4 and 5 and 9 and 10 run no Curlier than Junction City All tralnt stop there. ' 6 10 " t s 1 South ' 11 .... ti.e,am " " 11 35 am 17 p m No North " " " .. ...loopra 3 4a p m RPR &$: tS Kemlnder. D. IS. Prewitt bought eomo hop.8 here Down the post office fiteps Jlcr, Dr. Fyfthly carefully picked his way, and atSJc. then his feet suddenly shot out and he -- Win. Silimnn received a lot of wool went down right in tho midst of a here at Sc tn 13c. group of stockbrokers. John Mc01ure,of Pulaski, and Dave "Ah, good morning', doctor," laughed EubankB have been visiting here. tho stockbrokers, recognizing tho minFree silver men are maneuvering ister, "you remind us of tho wicked around for the primary in this locality. man, whoso foot slippeth." . "Xay," retorted the good mininter,. Uncle Fred Yeakey killed nn owl "but rather do I seem like the man who that measured 5 feet 4 inches from tip to went down to Jericho." tip. "How is that?" chorused the brokers. Dr. John Hammonds and wife, of "Becauso he fell among thieves," Dumiville, visited relatives lieru last murmured tho doctor as ho got up and moved decorously away. X. Y. Eecord-e- r. week. Uiggin Alcorn's oldest girl swallowed a lioreo shoo nail but it failed to inUnhandsome Trick. any way. her In the dead of night Mr. JJillus heard jure Bro. inVaughn, our presiding elder, a faint scream. "Maria," ho Baid, rousing himself, "I gave us some splendid sermons at the forgot to tell you I was carrying my quartily meeting here Saturday andSun- money in one of those trick pocket-book- s llclV -- The members of tho Christian church that run a pin in your thumb-wheyou try to open them. Press hero have escured a lot of Mrs. Fannie It on tho left side, just below Ball on which to build a new church Chicago Tribune. house und tho report now is that tho Ready for llnslness. work will begin in a short time. Customer A friend of mino has a big diamond which ho wants to sell. Did You Ever. Dealer Big diamonds cost moneys. Try Electric Hitters as a remedy for your trou I puy von last veek, und I bay dreo hies! lfnot, iret a bottle now and git relief he peculiarly A ' the-clasp- ." HUBBLE. A sheriff In t,he Indian Territory gave two prisoners 100 lashes each and then washed their wounds in salt water. ou may First, get a wile second.be patient have great trials and perplexities In your business, but do not therefore, carry to jour home a cloudy or cnolaicted brow. Your wile may have trials, which, though or less magnitude, may be hard for her to bear. A kind word, a tender look, will do wonders in chasing from her brow all the clouds or gloom To this we would add always keep a bctlle of Chambitlain's Cough Remedy in the louse. It is the best and Is sure to be needed socner or later Year wife will then know that vru rcallr care fur her and wish to protect her hpallh l'irifir llnillh fmirnsl For sale by Craie & lfocker. Stanlord Ky. J. S. OWSLEY, JR. A. S. PRICK, Surgeon Dentist, How to Treat a Wlfo. Is a candid ne for Ccng'tss in this, the Eighth District, subject to the action ol the Democialu yarty. ,89E5 Drug-Stor- &$ in the Owsley JUDGE W. S. PHYOHL racy Is a candidate for Judge ef the Couit ol Appeals for this district, vubject to the will of the democ- Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts' s&y lluildlng. A Spsoial Invitation Is gls en to all who base accounts with mo that have been running ot el da) s to come in ami and setlie. W F. Wright will run the business lor mc afier April tn and 1 will be glad for every one to trade with him. F II. til " izrmzjTiU" i" jtt" tr Cooke's Husloiitllie, Ky. MONNKII. Kerpyou Dudderar, I 11. 1 Sarsaparilla WILL CURE I City Ordinancs. The following ordinance was passed at a rrgu lar meeting of the Citv Council of Sunlord. Kv . April 10, it.-indue form uf law, vh ch ordinance snail aim does take ellect Irom and alter its publication, as follows, , ..li,caiicr. 93.3 rn Dswsop.J II llright, R. Vl,b, inane, I r anil ouicri wno nve us c a ni' vii iv m.,. ..1 Kv. gent for Lincoln County. . i on tho Page Pence. Seo Huff SHELBY & SHELBY, City Taxes Shall be Due on the Scrofula, Salt Rheum, First Day of Mate h, Sores, Uoils, I'ustules, Eczema, Tetter, After the asssssment, and any person or persons failing to pay their tines bv the isl day of June and all diseases of the blood and therealler shall .y six tier cent, additional oil the Makes You Well. Indigestion, constipation and dys pepsia, kidney and liver disease yield to its curative powers and when cured it &-- Keeps You Well. Sold in Lincoln county by Sale Stable, Junction City, - Kontuckv. First-Clas- Props. Feed and s Turnouts, Prompt Attention, Very Reasonable Rates A portion of your patronage Is 18 m. respectfully solicited t&r taxes o dun ami unpaid, which additional sum shall be charged to the Marshal in hi settlement with the City Council JOHN N MKNKKKE, Mayor. OKO H WKARKN. CUrk Buggies, Cultivators. II you want a No i lluggy, one woith every dollar sou have to pay Icr it and one that will be guarantixd to give )ou satisfaction and a Uuggy right, go to tousand tollars. Is your friend a bank president, eh? "No; he's a hotel clerk. "What will you give?" "Haluf a toller." N. Y. Weekly. liana Was Satisfied. linns had climbed up into tho cherry tree to gather cherries. Mcantinio a storm caino on, and tho father called "Come down, JJans, This medicine has been found to ad. pted to the relief and cure of all Female Complaints, exerting a wonderful direct Iniljence in If you giving strength and tone to the organs have Loss ol Appetite, Constipation, Headache. Nervous, Sleepless, Lxcit-ablFainting Spells, or are Melancholy or troubled with D try Spells, Llectric Uliters Is the medicine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by its use. Only jo cents a bottle at W. It. Mc Roberts' Drug Store. Cone One, Como All. e, Buckltn's Arnica Salvo. The best salve in the world for cuts, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions 3t positively cures piles, or no pay repuircd. It is luaranteed to give pcrlect satisfaction or money refunded. Price as cents per box. For sale by W. li. MCKoberts, druggist. bru-ses- s POWDER Absolutely Puro.l out to tho lad: thunder." "There's no need, father," shouted A cream of tartar baking pow- tho boy. "I can hear it whero I am." der. Highest of all in leavening If. Y. Ilecorder. it is beginning to strcrzt.LatcstlriiiaI Report. States Gov-ernmcj- it KOYAL BAKING POWDER New York. CARRH-l- , BAILEY t)OC 2AILBY c& DRTTE, Proprietors The Fare of Jlonlface. Inn Keeper (whoso bill of fare Is very CO. meagre) And so you two gents are, titled aristocrats from across tho poud.i are you? You didn't register so, and hero I'vo been entertaining angels unaDRYK. wares! Tho Two Gent Yes er that is the angels are unaware of It. Bay City Chat. Called Down. Capital Stock- "Do you know, Mrs. Boardman," said STANFORD, KV. the young man who was two months Surplus :1::..... In Harness, Horse handled under Saddle and roadsters and behind in his board, "by means of the Attention of the public is invited to tho fs s T.udtrepired lor sale. SPRING, I89G. that this is the only National Hank in Stanford oadcHrrs bought and sold on commission Good cathode rays I could tell everything For every quarter in a man's pocket there are a Under the provisions of the National Hank Ac hall.rr.ilc track and best stables in the country. 8 tnat is In that plato of hash?" dozen uses ; and to use one in such away as to de. depositors are secured not only by ths capital a "Well, It's my opinion," replied Mrs. Me the greatest benefit is We question eteiy one stock, bjt by the stockholders liability lor as, Blue-Gras- s however, amount equal mint solve for himself so J W McGtNNIS 5. W. COOK C"charge paint shop. In charge trimming shop. Boardman, "that people nowadays that no better use could be madebelieve, of these this institution to the stock, by athat depositors o of one fund of J, 00,00c ai secured u Trees. a bottio of Chamfor All kinds ef Fiutt and Ornsmental exchange Want to know too much for nothing." quarters than toCholera andIt Diarrhoea Remedy, Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bsar-arVines, Mirub, 'imairVruits, Asparagus, (.rape money I will berlain's Colic, made each yesrto the United States guvsro Yonkers Statesman. imiw on deliver the Stanlord Fr!ry,s R iv atd save a medicine every family should be prowded with mnt and its assets are ciamined at stated time, Ac. No agents general diie.t gjs on pnllcstion Y. Ue irgulaily every morning. Pries cslal. by government agents, thus secunng addiutuar strawberry and For sale by Craig A Mocker, Stanford, Ky. H. K H!LLKNMrKK. to Hark Far Enongh. and perfect safety to depositors. Leniigioti, Ky Telephone ; 100 Pounds and Over 40c per 100. DANVILLE, KY., This institution, originally established is to. "Interested in genealogy?" he asked A Household Troasuro Deposit Rank of Stanlord in iSjS, thin tho St. Louis young lady at the garden Y ol Stanford in W Any amount between 10 and loo IWs at tcln. Builder and Dealer in All Kinds party. ' heDalwaysFuller, of Canajohane. N, , sa)sinthat mil as the National asBank rlrst national 1S05 aad Hank, o: I All bills must po.ilUely be paid the first l each the again tne keers Dr. King's New Discovery of Carriages. tn ntii K IIKKMiK. house and his family would not be without it, if btantord in ia3i, has had practically an uninter "I was," she said. procurable. (. A. Dylcman Druggist, Catskill, rupled enstcncoof js years. It is better supplist dsne Kcpalnnc a Specialty. Work work and warrant--- l N. V , says that Dr. King's New Discovery is now with facilities for transacting business prompt done when "Ilowfar buck did you go?" I am back from cities with everything that to givo satisfactien. All Cougu remedy; that he has ly and liberally than ever before in its long aac Is new and prettrthe the Millinery line undoubtedly a vuit tn "Oh! until I found that pa's uncle' used it in his the beat for eight onxntsed. All accounts due when work Is family and it has honorable career. Accounts of corporaUsns, Adu 00 stock Is Your patronage solicited. to HOUSE had been hung for horse stealing." ' neve, failed to do all that is claimed for it. Why cianes, firms and individuals respectfully solir tit my store will cons mce you that this complete. moit not try a rin.edvso lone tried and tested. Trial ' ted I Blegant line Linens and F.mbroidrry Material. Bay City Chat K. U. UIL.BY. Proprietor, Ths Directory of this Hank is composed ol lottlefree at V. II. McKoberts' Drug Store. MISS LICCIt IIKAZLKY, Forettua Iteid, Lincoln county; ' Regular sire foe and 3i : T. : Sunford, Ky Family Jar. - Kontuckj. London. lien flew from her nest and' Mr D. P. Davis, a prominent llverymsn and S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Tho old J. Is. Colliei, Lincoln; merchant of Goshen, Va., has this to say on the cackled loud and long. I hats moved to my n.w Hots) and am belts, I take pleasure In recJ. W. Hayden, Stanford, subject of ever to "When eggs are nine cents a dozen,' ommendingiheumaitsm ' Pain Italm for rhcunu-tisSr.partd than attached accommodate the public Chamberlain's S. H. Uaughman,) Lincoln; V.ySTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. and .very coav.nicoc. rain lug and Sale Stable First-clas- The most admirable and attractive thing about an Kveybody attractive woma is her woiuanliues.. adonis a womanly woman. She must have health, of course, because without it she would lose the brightness ot her eyes, the fullness of ber cheeks ber vivacity. Real health must mean that a woman is really a woman. Thit she is strong aid' nerfect in a sexual way, as well as in eveiy other That Is she is capable of performing the duties of maternity Some are born with what is called "cobftitutlonal weakness." Those who do not enjoy perfect health need only take the proper precautions and the proper remedy to become perDr. Pierce's Kmorlie fectly well snd strong. Prescription will cure any derangement of the dis tinctly temtmne organism. stamps to World's Send it cents In one-ceDispensary Medical Association, llutlalo, N V, ioc8 page "Commou and receive Dr. Pierce's iHiise Medical Adviser," Illustrated. ATTRACTIVE WOMEN Why is one woman attractive and another not? W. B. McRoberts, Stanford. " Penny's Drug Store, " Craig & I locker, W. C. Wolford, Hustonville. F. U. Twidwcll, J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Tanner Bros., McKinney. J. F. Alstott, Powers. Beazley & Son, Crab Orchard. 1M. Lee Pipes, Morcland. Yours for Health, James T. Cooke, Harrodsburg, Ky. And 'e the new Hats at Mis Dudderar's Temple ol Fashion this week New Legem, new Panamss ail the new Persian elTectj tn Mowers Hustonville, Ky He will not handle shoddy s, and Ribbons Handsome goods but Low Prices stuil II. hss some licauliful Surreys and Dress making done in Ue laieit sts le and on short The genuine Malta Cultlvatois and Plows, M D. Dl DUt.KAK. the b,wl inuic, as all farmeis will tc.l )0u Go ts notice MRS. KATK Dl DDKRAR see him and save ycur money 1'as.s-ton- D. S. Carpontor, To Contraotors lluildlng Committee at Walnut Flat, Ky td J C H. D R. K. T We are ready to receive bids on the M F Church South to be built near Walnut Flat licit will be received until May 1st Specifications and plana of building arc now at the Interior Journal For further In.ormatton apply to the office. J. T. JOITES, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole proprietor Dean's Rlack Diamond Roof Paint Estimates furnished for painting Wi.l, Metal and iron Roofs Satisfaction guaranteed. All tools psinted with Dean's lllack Diamond Paint guaranteed for ears Utilm in best Cistern Pumps and Galvaaued Iron fillers si tl HOLTCLAW, C.AlNrS. TIC.KKR, 14 Co men ill ci. A ft Brsss Haling Establishment FIRST NATIONAL BANK The Ladies of Stanford, OF STANFORD. KY. Having completed my course In the French Tailoring System ot Cutting and Hltitig 1 oiler my sciviccs to St. AsaphCarriage Co., Stanford, - Ky. 8100,000 23,700 ' ' And Vicinity, feeling assured thsl I can please All lindi of Carriage, lluggy and Wagon MakI will be found 111 the them with my work ing and Repairing dune, wurVed uvtr of.Mrs Kale Dudderar's Millinery Stcre and will and made good a, new. A vehirles has charge II Kinley be glal to wait on thjte wishing work in ray tin ol ire painting department and guarantees his flurifbrxeihg a spc- sally and fur cash onMRS WM tiEEU.Sunferd ork 7 tf ly Accounts due 1st of each mtlith I II .MKKMION, 1 II OltKLK. t em A. II. KINLkV rr Nurseries. ICII.o THOMAS SHAW, fre-t- J 1 TO THE XjADISS ! yp-5- , THE RILEY -'- T. SUTTON. 1 XJNERTAKER, his services o the people of West LiFull stock of Coffins ntels and Casey Counties. 02 hand. ami Caskets always Manager. 11 u r"rtnnter. Orf-r- a " ........ CALL ON- - T. n G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY., ! said the old rooster, eying the perform-- ) anco with languid disapproval, "It is a ridiculous exhibition of vanity to make all this fuss about an egg." Chicago Tribune. There Are Other. Inheriting my patrimony. I hurried Into matrimony; And now I'm paying alimony In order to have harmony. To Date. WITH THANKS. MONEY To LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS know from personal experience that it will doall that is claimed for it A year ago this Spring my brother was laid up in bed with inflammatory rheumatism and suffered intensely. The first application of Chamberlain's Pain ltalm eased the pain and the use ot one bottle completely cured him For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky as I ' J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Sta jford, ' ir.d. 77 Give mi a call. d. fRANK RILXV. M. D. Klmorc, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford, K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M. J. Miller, Mt..Vrnon,Ky Stataboul will likely go exhibition mile9 this season. J d. Hockrx, J 03. President; ;. McRobetts, Cashier; A. A McKinney, Aist.Casbl. per cent, semi an In Lincoln county, Ky.at nuallnteiesi.no commission charged Address GKO W DAVY Room 17, Kenon lluildlng, Louisville, Ky. For blank, applications and fur ther Informs'ion, in juirs ol J N Saunders, Attorney, Stanlord, Ky. r dr, w. Dentist, Office on b. Fmrxnr, J. 0. McWliortor, UNDERTAKER, Crab Orchard, - Mall for only 15 Cents. Podset Key Checks by Checks, Metal Checks of For BacKiKe and Key Checks all kinds. Badges, Do License Metal and Key lUngi, Chains, Ac Stamping on Elmoie's store, Shop over M. D. repairing ikanford, Ky. gen-ejral DECLINED j PENNY'S DRUG STORE and sold at the Very Lowest Prices. : Stanlord, : Ky. Kentucky. av time. Ac, to u LaLcatter Street, at R.iidencc. BARKER HOUSE, J F. BARKER, Proprietor, Is Headquarters for Drugs, Stationery and Toilet Wishes to thank Ins lilends and neighbors fur their patrouige and rrspectfully aikt 10 Bv Mr raitvtUe Haley In the future Articles. A full assortment always kept in stock A will be lound ready to sersn you st nice line ol Caskets, Coma-- , Robes, lect from always on hand se- Two Farms For Sale. Somerset, - - Kentucky. Ralos TWO DOLLARS Par Dav. Remodeled and refurnishou throughout. Largo and Commodious tamp'e Rooms. Electric Hells. by f Ma and office connected 47 Prompt and polite tervice to guests. Penny's Drag Sore Is headquarters for Paints. Oils and t " Lowest Market Rates. " Varnishes at We treat you right. STANFORD FEMALE : COLLEGE. fid 61hj STANFORD, KY. WILLIAM SIIELTON, President. US. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Miss mm L. Martin, residing Teacher in the Study Hall; DeMiss Mary Cowen, Principsl of the Music partment; Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal of the Departments of Art and Elocution. 1 lie Do you write poetry? Tho editors say not. X. Y. 0 "good-night- &is f IS 4 G L. PENNY, Executor. ! CLOTHING! CLOTHING ller-al- d. Farm .So, i contaics ji acres In WssMngton county, Ky the greater pan of which It in grass well watered, with good iH.ptovcm.HU, including new hi.uI roof u.lacco Uiru fjr 10 acre crap this (arm is situated iu what is pronounce! the dlstr-c- t in KeHtuckv for WMt Hurley I omfoitablt t.sldence house. Remember we aic the exclusive agents for the celebrat'd farm .No. i contains acres lit same locality, -- .. ..,,. iirnnmr c.rg. Bloc and tobacco Jellico Coal, barns One ot the bsat imnot.,1 Isiecs m the cuunty. Also that it will be to the interest of eerybodv Iloth farms are in fine state of preseivaiien, well to call and see our clean Duinesllr Nut Coal I'rices the very lowest. We pa, the cash at the watered ond fence I Cluseto R li. depot, Khsiels ' therefore are able to sell at tne lowest market and on a hue turnpike mines, ror miotiuatiuU apply to price. Come and sre us 1 ashes, no cinders. (Jood Coal makes re i N. SAUNDF.KS, 10 Falls llranch ij ctf Falls Itrauch .Nut lie, III .Stanford, Ky. dian Mountain Jellico Nut n els , North Jellico Lump lie These prices are lor Coal delivered For Coal at our hgiisu charges arc one cent Icis NOKI. A jm Coal, Coal, Coal. Falls Branch lst u. T. A. ATTERS, First-Clas- Second Session Begun Wednesday, January 22. Kcr terms, &.c, Lingering Lovers, They stood hand fondly clasped In band Beneath the front porch awning. " And said In accents bland Until It was Detroit Freo Press. good-mornin- g. and inspect our stock before making your selection. We can interest you in both goods and prices. Our assortment in suits ranging in prices from S5 to $15. in If you need a suit of clothes, come w. s. btthch:. Attorney at Law,! Bricklayer & Stonecutter work In . Has had WJ v,i-.- Stanford, Kontucky. s Guaranteia Prices reasonable. riencc. Stanford, mi - as Kentucky. '. panlcu-la- r G 9 ju send for Ciicular College. .To the or call at . the Portland. San Francisco. .........Via The I nm just reading that Prof J has discovered microbes on a It hundred-dolla- r note. Nephew (medical student) Lend me one. I would liko to Investigate tho cabe myself. Texas Siftings. Uncle A Serlotu Case. Can Not Be Bxeelled. In Odd Pants we have a beautiful line at from $2 to $4 per pair. Special inducements to Cash Buyers. House. Collections receive especial attention. Office on Lancaster Street, oppoute the Court E3 Farmers Bank&Trnst Of STANFORD, tsnowfully.organued and ready Co THK HUSTLING INSURANCE MAN, M. W. JOHITSOIT, Who represents ths Old Reliable Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Detroit. Mich., can write you all the moat favorable plans ot Insur ance. He aiso represents the old reliable Central Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville, Ky., and will be glad to have a liberal share of your patronage. Will be leady to cooler all the favors that can be mu utu,.;-mengiven by any warenouse. mad on consignments, both in the warehouse and country. I will be at blanfoid every court day. Patties wanting hogsheads, prues or money should address mo at Valnt Lick, Ky. 9 6ul Promptattention guaranteed. u KY., for business with Paid up Oapital of Surplus, . W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. In Order To 5200,000. 0,000. im ivmmmmm nj mimmmmyuaz VlOUi$VUirfNCWAl8AWYlCHlCA.0RT(& Only, Dining Car Route From "Well, Mrs. Terkins, it is letting new neighbors move in without looking to Bee what kind of f umituro they have." Chicago Record. culture?" Nearly Correct. "Mr. Terkins, what is your idea of Close Out Our Stock Without the Least Possible Delay we have decided to sell at cost not only the stock bought from Hughes & Tate, but also the new stock, which consists of the latest designs and effects in wash goods, silks, dress goods and all other lines of a carefully selected and closely bought dry goods stock. Our clothing stock is the best cut and made goods in town and includes some beautiful goods. Remember everything in the house will go at prime cost until closed entirely. M.S. Hacohmaj. J.W. Kavchmak. S.53iMB,w,,M,or' lru,tM' SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL RANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and under the same management. - r.u,...u. u 11. cuaucr, ucpositora are as fully protected aaaie depositors in National held liaole to '.f .stent of tha amount of Individually thsir stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to th. amount invested in such shares. It h"hW b"g An CJ OTJISVDCUE TO-CHIC&GO- . Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modem Pattern. for maps or any information, address "Spring has come at last," eaiil Jorkins as ho gave orders to have tho' Atorm doors taken down. "What are tho signs?" "All my pocketo. have camphor balls In them." Detroit Freo Press. j Two Papas. Upper-Ten-Child Suro Sign. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoraiETOKS TOANKJ.REID.J or G. P. Agent, Chicago. J f . K. ;.-- H.BACON . ' . - "i. My Yen. Mino la at St Paul. largo ag'in. N. Y. Weekly. Denver. More Accurate. I will take all the hides I can get "How married life does change one." or in trade lor leather on HID lib. for cash or at my "From, what I have observed I should court days t Stanlord Tanner. home in Ottenfcelm. Chas. Knniun, mj It changes two." Boston Courier. ,l Monon Route. Lower-Ten-Chlld Be sure to call for abroad. papa la LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kontucky. ned livery gtvo us a turnouts will leave forrates.Inour II you first-cla- ss To thoss who entrusted their bulslness to tu 7,.''fn,?nl!lDi.,h' L,?coln National Hank ol tender our many thanks and CDtinue t0 their with 111, offering as a guarantee for prompt attsT-Uo- n to same, our twenty year,- U bankinx and as liberal accommodations as aTe. coa. sutent with sound banking. "Um ,r"'ct e,W ' J J.WillUm.,Mt.V.",no?,;"i: . H. Shanks, btanford ; J IS.lOwsley, SUnford; S.J. Einbry, Sunford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; J F Caab, Stanford; William Oooch,.SUnlord; A. W. Carpsnter, Mllledj-evills- , S. Is yours? call. Nothing oat our stabl.. See ui W. P. TAT EI, Stanford. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee prices. first-cla- HhAnkj.lPreildenl.' raacneri i IU Tty ourhorso shoer. work and tatifactory DtZ.B, Os;.r,Cashi.r, W.M.Urlghi.T.L'ec. II 1